Pyrophyllite is a clay mineral, pure pyrophyllite is rare in nature. It is often associated with quartz, kaolinite, montmorillonite, dickite, sericite and kyanite, andalusite, corundum and other minerals symbiotic. Pyrophyllite ore is yellowish, milky-white, gray and other color. If iron oxide or mercury is in it, it shows red or brown blood red. It has waxy luster, smooth feel, often dense block, leaf-shaped.
First stage: Pyrophyllite chunks are transported by special vehicles to raw materials bin, then delivered to the jaw crusher for crushing by forklift or manpower.
Second stage: Crushed pyrophyllite is lifted to the hopper by hoist, then transported by feeder.
Third stage: Qualified products after the grinding process enter the collector through classifier and pipe. The discharged powder is finished product. Unqualified powder cannot pass the classifier, and falls back to the main unit.
Fourth stage: The purified air stream flows into the blower through pipe above the collector. The air duct is circular, it is negative pressure pipe flow, except for the grinding chamber and blower, so indoor air conditions are good.
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